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Missing profiling views [message #139361] Wed, 07 January 2009 17:28 Go to next message
Tracy Nelson is currently offline Tracy NelsonFriend
Messages: 1
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the data,
but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or Export,
Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I see are the
profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph & summaries
and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object allocations, no
execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.

I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my TPTP
feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1 (TPTP
JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do to get
those views enabled?

Thanks!
Re: Missing profiling views [message #139372 is a reply to message #139361] Wed, 07 January 2009 18:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Raheel Ashraf is currently offline Raheel AshrafFriend
Messages: 2502
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi
I am guessing you have used these views in the past? (what eclipse and tptp
version was that). I think you select Memory Analysis, try using the
Execution Analysis to see the execution statistics. Also if you double click
on Memory Analysis, you will see the option to track object allocations

hope that helps

thanks
"Tracy Nelson" <TracyMNelson@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:b81d99bd8f53afd93a8237fe0900d0f2$1@www.eclipse.org...
> I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
> set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the data,
> but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or Export,
> Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I see are the
> profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph & summaries
> and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object allocations, no
> execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.
>
> I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my TPTP
> feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1 (TPTP
> JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do to get
> those views enabled?
>
> Thanks!
>
Re: Missing profiling views [message #139396 is a reply to message #139372] Thu, 08 January 2009 09:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: b_apolci.libero.it

Raheel Ashraf ha scritto:
> Hi
> I am guessing you have used these views in the past? (what eclipse and tptp
> version was that). I think you select Memory Analysis, try using the
> Execution Analysis to see the execution statistics. Also if you double click
> on Memory Analysis, you will see the option to track object allocations
>
> hope that helps

I have the same problem: the context menu show only import and export.
I've selected execution analysis an tried different filtering criteria
without any difference.
I noticed that during the execution the event processed counter in the
status bar is always at 0.

I'm using eclipse 3.4.1 on a 1.6.0_07 JVM and those are my TPTP features:
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core.doc.user_4.3.300.v20080731070 9-7B6EAU9oA55S5LAD6D6J
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core_4.5.1.v200807310709-8Z8DEpNEL RXmprpJQYrC5n
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-7B7 7EAU8_JKQVTMuLIBdBREPCJ7K
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.jvmti_4.3.200.v200807310709-7877Ag 8s733I3H5_4A75
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.probekit_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F5 EII_kE77c7WCG7UCJ
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.profile.server_4.3.200.v2008073107 09-7F79E8P_kE77c7XDH7T_Q
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.report.birt_4.3.300.v200807310709- 7877_88s733I3F4C3B65
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.runtime_4.5.1.v200807310709-8F82Eh K9ToWvz0z0g3z0OLTM8E9N
org.eclipse.tptp.platform.trace_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7EEC 5AgI99m9cGQ_WFL
org.eclipse.tptp.test.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-42_77w3 1191842181_
org.eclipse.tptp.test.recorders.url_4.5.1.v200807310709-7879 08s733I3E763H6D
org.eclipse.tptp.test.report.birt_4.4.1.v200807310709-7B7D09 oA55S5M_D6D6J
org.eclipse.tptp.test.runtime_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F7_EDd7 SndHmrSPQ2rBXou4z0FT
org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools.junit_4.5.1.v200807310709-7F7GCG _kE77c7bAO8MBF
org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7JAj_5cM YjYU0bJowWlJUSVSG
org.eclipse.tptp.test_4.3.301.v200807310709-7J7DEC6AgI99m9kD WAWHP
org.eclipse.tptp.trace.jvmti_4.2.200.v200807310709-43_77w311 91842181_
org.eclipse.tptp.trace.runtime_4.3.200.v200807310709-7F78E8M 7VXOl6N-BKOmdbZaRRiOE
org.eclipse.tptp.trace_4.2.200.v200807310709-781EC58s733I3E7 63H6D

I'm not sure I used TPTP on this installation before.

Thanks for any help,
Andrea

>
> thanks
> "Tracy Nelson" <TracyMNelson@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:b81d99bd8f53afd93a8237fe0900d0f2$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
>> set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the data,
>> but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or Export,
>> Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I see are the
>> profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph & summaries
>> and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object allocations, no
>> execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.
>>
>> I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my TPTP
>> feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1 (TPTP
>> JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do to get
>> those views enabled?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>
>
Re: Missing profiling views [message #139419 is a reply to message #139396] Thu, 08 January 2009 22:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Raheel Ashraf is currently offline Raheel AshrafFriend
Messages: 2502
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
What is the expected behavior?

thanks

"Andrea Polci" <b_apolci@libero.it> wrote in message
news:gk4fs3$q99$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Raheel Ashraf ha scritto:
>> Hi
>> I am guessing you have used these views in the past? (what eclipse and
>> tptp version was that). I think you select Memory Analysis, try using the
>> Execution Analysis to see the execution statistics. Also if you double
>> click on Memory Analysis, you will see the option to track object
>> allocations
>>
>> hope that helps
>
> I have the same problem: the context menu show only import and export.
> I've selected execution analysis an tried different filtering criteria
> without any difference.
> I noticed that during the execution the event processed counter in the
> status bar is always at 0.
>
> I'm using eclipse 3.4.1 on a 1.6.0_07 JVM and those are my TPTP features:
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core.doc.user_4.3.300.v20080731070 9-7B6EAU9oA55S5LAD6D6J
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core_4.5.1.v200807310709-8Z8DEpNEL RXmprpJQYrC5n
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-7B7 7EAU8_JKQVTMuLIBdBREPCJ7K
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.jvmti_4.3.200.v200807310709-7877Ag 8s733I3H5_4A75
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.probekit_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F5 EII_kE77c7WCG7UCJ
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.profile.server_4.3.200.v2008073107 09-7F79E8P_kE77c7XDH7T_Q
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.report.birt_4.3.300.v200807310709- 7877_88s733I3F4C3B65
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.runtime_4.5.1.v200807310709-8F82Eh K9ToWvz0z0g3z0OLTM8E9N
> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.trace_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7EEC 5AgI99m9cGQ_WFL
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-42_77w3 1191842181_
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.recorders.url_4.5.1.v200807310709-7879 08s733I3E763H6D
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.report.birt_4.4.1.v200807310709-7B7D09 oA55S5M_D6D6J
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.runtime_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F7_EDd7 SndHmrSPQ2rBXou4z0FT
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools.junit_4.5.1.v200807310709-7F7GCG _kE77c7bAO8MBF
> org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7JAj_5cM YjYU0bJowWlJUSVSG
> org.eclipse.tptp.test_4.3.301.v200807310709-7J7DEC6AgI99m9kD WAWHP
> org.eclipse.tptp.trace.jvmti_4.2.200.v200807310709-43_77w311 91842181_
> org.eclipse.tptp.trace.runtime_4.3.200.v200807310709-7F78E8M 7VXOl6N-BKOmdbZaRRiOE
> org.eclipse.tptp.trace_4.2.200.v200807310709-781EC58s733I3E7 63H6D
>
> I'm not sure I used TPTP on this installation before.
>
> Thanks for any help,
> Andrea
>
>>
>> thanks
>> "Tracy Nelson" <TracyMNelson@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:b81d99bd8f53afd93a8237fe0900d0f2$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>> I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
>>> set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the
>>> data, but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or
>>> Export, Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I
>>> see are the profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph
>>> & summaries and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object
>>> allocations, no execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.
>>>
>>> I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my
>>> TPTP feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1
>>> (TPTP JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do
>>> to get those views enabled?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>
Re: Missing profiling views [message #139539 is a reply to message #139419] Wed, 14 January 2009 16:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: b_apolci.libero.it

Raheel Ashraf ha scritto:
> What is the expected behavior?
>
> thanks

I expect to be able to see the execution analysis statistics, but I'm
not able to see anything.

Andrea

>
> "Andrea Polci" <b_apolci@libero.it> wrote in message
> news:gk4fs3$q99$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Raheel Ashraf ha scritto:
>>> Hi
>>> I am guessing you have used these views in the past? (what eclipse and
>>> tptp version was that). I think you select Memory Analysis, try using the
>>> Execution Analysis to see the execution statistics. Also if you double
>>> click on Memory Analysis, you will see the option to track object
>>> allocations
>>>
>>> hope that helps
>> I have the same problem: the context menu show only import and export.
>> I've selected execution analysis an tried different filtering criteria
>> without any difference.
>> I noticed that during the execution the event processed counter in the
>> status bar is always at 0.
>>
>> I'm using eclipse 3.4.1 on a 1.6.0_07 JVM and those are my TPTP features:
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core.doc.user_4.3.300.v20080731070 9-7B6EAU9oA55S5LAD6D6J
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.core_4.5.1.v200807310709-8Z8DEpNEL RXmprpJQYrC5n
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-7B7 7EAU8_JKQVTMuLIBdBREPCJ7K
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.jvmti_4.3.200.v200807310709-7877Ag 8s733I3H5_4A75
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.probekit_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F5 EII_kE77c7WCG7UCJ
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.profile.server_4.3.200.v2008073107 09-7F79E8P_kE77c7XDH7T_Q
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.report.birt_4.3.300.v200807310709- 7877_88s733I3F4C3B65
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.runtime_4.5.1.v200807310709-8F82Eh K9ToWvz0z0g3z0OLTM8E9N
>> org.eclipse.tptp.platform.trace_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7EEC 5AgI99m9cGQ_WFL
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.doc.user_4.3.300.v200807310709-42_77w3 1191842181_
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.recorders.url_4.5.1.v200807310709-7879 08s733I3E763H6D
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.report.birt_4.4.1.v200807310709-7B7D09 oA55S5M_D6D6J
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.runtime_4.3.300.v200807310709-7F7_EDd7 SndHmrSPQ2rBXou4z0FT
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools.junit_4.5.1.v200807310709-7F7GCG _kE77c7bAO8MBF
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test.tools_4.3.300.v200807310709-7J7JAj_5cM YjYU0bJowWlJUSVSG
>> org.eclipse.tptp.test_4.3.301.v200807310709-7J7DEC6AgI99m9kD WAWHP
>> org.eclipse.tptp.trace.jvmti_4.2.200.v200807310709-43_77w311 91842181_
>> org.eclipse.tptp.trace.runtime_4.3.200.v200807310709-7F78E8M 7VXOl6N-BKOmdbZaRRiOE
>> org.eclipse.tptp.trace_4.2.200.v200807310709-781EC58s733I3E7 63H6D
>>
>> I'm not sure I used TPTP on this installation before.
>>
>> Thanks for any help,
>> Andrea
>>
>>> thanks
>>> "Tracy Nelson" <TracyMNelson@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:b81d99bd8f53afd93a8237fe0900d0f2$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>>> I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
>>>> set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the
>>>> data, but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or
>>>> Export, Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I
>>>> see are the profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph
>>>> & summaries and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object
>>>> allocations, no execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.
>>>>
>>>> I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my
>>>> TPTP feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1
>>>> (TPTP JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do
>>>> to get those views enabled?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks!
>>>>
>
Re: Missing profiling views [message #140678 is a reply to message #139361] Mon, 23 February 2009 21:08 Go to previous message
Eugene Chan is currently offline Eugene ChanFriend
Messages: 287
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Tracy,

There is Object Allocation view that is available via the 'open view' action
in the context menu where you can see heap and allocation information of
your memory analysis. Note that the Memory Statistics view is only support
with JVM 1.4.2 and the Object Allocation is a a new view for JVM 1.5+
profiling.
As a short cut, you can double click on the profiling agent or its analysis
type in the Profiling Monitor view.

Eugene


"Tracy Nelson" <TracyMNelson@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:b81d99bd8f53afd93a8237fe0900d0f2$1@www.eclipse.org...
> I'm trying to profile some code I have isolated within a JUnit test. I
> set up the profiler to perform a memory analysis and it collects the data,
> but when I try to examine the data, the only options are Import or Export,
> Refresh or Unload. When I try to open a profiling view, all I see are the
> profiling monitor, log view and navigator, statistical graph & summaries
> and the UML2 log interactions views. There's no object allocations, no
> execution statistics, nothing that might be useful.
>
> I'm running Eclipse 3.3.2 (M20080221-1800) on a 1.6.0_10 JVM, and my TPTP
> feature versions range from 4.1.400 (TPTP Statistical UI) to 4.5.1 (TPTP
> JUnit Plug-in Test Tools). Any hints or clues as to what I can do to get
> those views enabled?
>
> Thanks!
>
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